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I've done this a few times, usually successfully, but for some reason it doesn't always seem to work.

I edited this one today & as far as I can see, only the first image has successfully linked to a 'medium' image; the other still links to 'large'.

How can I get full-length 'shadowless' portrait photography?

Can we tell if this is an error on my part, an imgur issue, or if they have implemented some new structure?

I've been playing with this one troublesome image a while to see if I can see what's going on; even so far as to re-upload it to see if anything changes [it doesn't].
s and b sizes work on it, though, just not m.

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    Over the past few (several?) months (on other SE sites), I've found the storage on imgur to be, at best, inconsistent wrt. supporting appending m, etc., to get a smaller version of the image. In order to get images to show up at appropriate resolutions, I've, generally, had to resort to using a <img> tag with explicitly specified width and/or height. – Makyen Dec 17 '18 at 0:43
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  • I noticed this problem at least a few months ago. I assumed it was intentional because it is only a problem with images uploaded to stackexchange sites. If you upload and link to imgur through a personal account, linking to medium-sized images still works. – xiota Dec 18 '18 at 2:28
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    Please don't use img to downsize very large images — they still use up people's data. – mattdm Dec 18 '18 at 13:15

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